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Pre-trial for Sikua

December 14th, 2017
Pre-Trial Conference (PTC) documents on the ...

RSIPF forensic ...

December 14th, 2017
Forensic officers of the Royal Solomon Islands ...

Opposition suggests ...

December 14th, 2017
AN independent commission of inquiry (COI) to ...

Dr Sikua: ...

December 14th, 2017
Leader of the Independent Group and Member of ...

Sogavare says ...

December 14th, 2017
THE Minister of Finance and Treasury, and Deputy ...

BIG TUNA HIT

December 14th, 2017
Soltuna exports first canned tuna products to US ...

HCC to ban foreign ...

December 12th, 2017
HONIARA City Council (HCC) will ban foreign owned ...

GOLD HUNT

December 12th, 2017
Sharon vows to win three gold By SIMON ABANAIn ...

Wate is new NPF head

December 11th, 2017
Michael Wate has been appointed the new general ...

Inmates share gifts ...

December 11th, 2017
Twenty selected inmates at Rove Correctional ...
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NZ to boost aid to flood-ravaged Solomons

Prime Minister John Key says New Zealand's aid contribution to the Solomon Islands is likely to increase considerably, once the damage caused by devastating floods has been assessed.

Pacific Humanitarian team deployed here

The Pacific Humanitarian Team (PHT) has begun deployments to Honiara on Monday in support of the Government’s response to flash floods which have devastated the capital and provinces in the Solomon Islands.

Global and regional rise of diseases spread by mosquitoes

THE Pacific is currently experiencing a growing epidemic of diseases spread by mosquitoes. The global concern for these diseases was highlighted yesterday, World Health Day; this year’s theme is vector-borne diseases.

Border challenge for Pacific

THE region will be a haven for criminals, drug and human traffickers and money laundering if Customs organisations did not work together.

Pacific economies urged to take a leaf out

An Asian Development Bank economist says Pacific Island countries could take a leaf out of the book of Asian countries when dealing with fast growth and rising inequality.

Lifting of Aussie travel sanctions welcomed

The Australia Fiji Business Council welcomed the formal lifting by the Australian Government of travel sanctions against certain Fijian citizens.

Research: Informal economy overlooked

A study on women traders in Papua New Guinea showed that the importance of the roles of market and informal economy were not given due recognition.

The European Union has reiterated their commitment to the region’s growth and economic development and says this should not be called into question.

Regional growth

THE economic partnership agreement for Pacific-African Caribbean Pacific (PACP) states has great potential to bring about growth and development for the region, says Secretariat of the Pacific Community deputy director general Fekita 'Utoikamanu.

PNG growth

PAPUA New Guinea is fast emerging as a serious contender for international events, says PNG chamber of commerce and industry president John Leahy.